You remember this post? I tried to warn you that when v16 comes out, there will be a new code rule that will check your filenames – and you’ll have to (if you don’t disable it) comply with the file name convention of Microsoft. If you don’t automate your file naming, then you’re in for some .. uhm .. challenges. I just made sure that the automation of the filenames complied with Microsoft’s rules .. .
So now – “let’s get started” with ..
Why would I rename all my AL-files?
Well – because of Microsoft and their new (upcoming) code analysis rule about file name conventions. You might already have complied with their previous conventions, and … they will change. Even better: they actually already changed .. Just read here:
A common problem I see some people struggle with in Power BI is when a slicer contains a (Blank) record for some reason. The cause of the problem is not obvious and hence it is not clear how to fix it. This article describes what causes this to occur and also how to fix it (properly, and also with a work around if you can’t fix it properly).
When you’re a NAV developer, you’re not really spoiled with developer tools. So these are exciting times .. and I think I can speak for many developers when claiming I’m very much looking forward to the upcoming developer tools.
Basically because it brings us VSCode .. and VSCode brings us a grown up development experience.